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Title : IP Fast Reroute Framework
Author(s) : M. Shand, S. Bryant
Filename : draft-ietf-rtgwg-ipfrr-framework-03.txt
Pages : 13
Date : 2005-6-21
This document provides a framework for the development of IP
fast-reroute mechanisms which provide protection against link or
router failure by invoking locally determined repair paths. Unlike
MPLS Fast-reroute, the mechanisms are applicable to a network
employing conventional IP routing and forwarding. An essential part
of such mechanisms is the prevention of packet loss caused by the
loops which normally occur during the re-convergence of the network
following a failure.
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